Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A. has received another prestigious award – the WNP Award. This award was granted to 10 companies and institutions from all corners of Poland that had a significant, ground-breaking influence on positive economic transformations, setting development trends for others and reflecting the major trends in the economy in their activity.

WNP Awards are granted by the editorial tem of the WNP.PL portal and the Business Magazine “Nowy Przemysł” to those companies that achieve impressive success in business. They are a continuation of over twenty years’ tradition of rewarding companies and institutions whose activities, passion, and ideas create new paths for the development of Polish economy.

– This award confirms our status as the leader of electromobility, our strong market position and our potential for further expansion. Ekoenergetyka has become the leader thanks to the vision of company founders: Bartosz Kubik and Maciej Wojeński, which we have pursued for more than a decade, and thanks to the efforts of our whole team. Electromobility is our passion, which allows us to set new trends and continue to obtain new contracts, says Dagmara Duda, the President of Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A.

This year, the award was granted to 10 firms and institutions that managed to thrive in the pandemic reality and often had a major, ground-breaking positive influence on economic transformations. Apart from Ekoenergetyka-Polska, this year’s laureates are: Corab, Atende, Apator, Allegro, Polski Fundusz Rozwoju, InPost, ICEYE, Ferro, and Pekabex.

WNP Award is another award that confirms the position and achievements of Ekoenergetyka-Polska. In the last two months, the company was also awarded the title of “Business Gazelle” and, one more time, the “Diamond” by Forbes. Ekoenergetyka was second in the “Gazelles” ranking, which, according to Coface, is the oldest independent ranking of small and medium enterprises in Poland that has been organised for 20 years by the “Puls Biznesu” magazine. This means that it is the second most dynamically developing company in Poland. In the ranking published by Forbes, also based on independent assessment (Bisnode), Ekoenergetyka was the most quickly developing company from the Lubusz Province and the national leader among the companies from the region with revenues from PLN 50 to 250 million.